Please take this into consideration.
Perl is an Open Source community, driven by volunteers. Which means things don't get done because someone, or an a large group, wants something, or has a cool idea.
Instead, it means people scratch their own itches. If you think an iPhone app is such a great idea - even one you can make money off - start building one. It's much easier to get people contributing if you're showing that you care enough that you've started coding. It's pretty damn hard to get a lot of collaborators with a 3-line Perlmonks post that's basically a plea of "please build this for me".